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Cretan Griffin. med: 110x70x3 cm.  Relief mural inspired by the Throne Room of the Palace of Knossos. Crete, Minoan II period, around 1400 B.C. Cretan painting found in palaces, not in the tombs. The space of Cretan painting are the rooms, corridors and other units of the palaces and houses. The Cretan fresco painted on the panels, plaster or revoked. His best scenes are at eye level, between the base polychrome alabaster or marble and the ceiling of the palaces and houses.

Cretan Griffin. med: 110x70x3 cm. Relief mural inspired by the Throne Room of the Palace of Knossos. Crete, Minoan II period, around 1400 B.C. Cretan painting found in palaces, not in the tombs. The space of Cretan painting are the rooms, corridors and other units of the palaces and houses. The Cretan fresco painted on the panels, plaster or revoked. His best scenes are at eye level, between the base polychrome alabaster or marble and the ceiling of the palaces and houses.

The Prince of Lilies is from one of the large frescoes at the palace of Knossos. The fresco demonstrates the fluidity of movement and naturalism of Minoan art between 1700 and 1400 BCE.

The Prince of the Lilies or the Lily prince, is a celebrated ancient Minoan fresco on the Greek island of Crete dated to circa 1550 BC (the new palace period between 1700 and 1450 BC).

Minoan fresco, love this culture, they would jump the bulls- wall is treated with lime and plaster becomes permanent part of surface- earliest were created by minoans in Crete

Minoan fresco- The ancient ritual of Tavrokathapsia ( Ταυροκαθάψια) , where young athletes,male and female,performed dance acrobatics on a sacred bull.

The Blue Monkeys: From our Akrotiri Collection which features frescos from the ancient Minoan City of Akrotiri on the island Santorini. Monkeys, indigenous to Egypt, held an important place in ancient Egyptian theology. Possibly brought to the island as gifts and pets, a monkey’s skull was found in Thera and is evidence of the artist’s ability to study the animals first-hand.

The Blue Monkeys. Minoan Fresco from the Akrotiri Collection of Santorini Greece. These Custom Replicas of Greek Frescos Panels are crafted to look like slabs of stone.

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The Vitality of the ‘Berlin Painter’

Terracotta amphora (jar) | Attributed to the Berlin Painter | 56.171.38 | Work of Art | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Terracotta amphora (jar) Attributed to the Berlin Painter Period: Late Archaic Date: ca. 490 B. red-figure Dimensions: H.